Who are studies with distance-learning support suitable for?

Blended learning approaches will make studies more accessible to candidates who demand high-quality studies and wish to benefit from direct in-class interaction and practical in situ activities, but at the same time need a considerable amount of online support, such as:

  • candidates who cannot come to UNG in time at the beginning of the academic year due to possible epidemiologic restrictions in the candidate’s country of origin, or due to other plausible reasons (eg. lengthy visa obtaining procedures),
  • candidates who wish to combine studies and work, professional careers in sports, arts etc. and cannot be present at a study location at all times,
  • parents of young children who seek flexible forms of study in terms of the location and timing,
  • candidates with special needs who need a considerable amount of adaptations and/or extra equipment to be actively involved in the study process (persons of reduced mobility, hearing imparments, learning disorders etc.).